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Habitat home

  • Friday, March 14, 2014

On Saturday a crowd gathered in a Summerville neighborhood to watch as Natasha Spelling cut the ribbon in front of her new house, made possible by Dorchester Habitat for Humanity. Natasha was joined by her four children Ja’Vonte, 14, Toneyae, 10, Nataiva, 7 and Tristyn, 3. As of that Saturday Natasha is officially a homeowner. “I thank the Lord every day and thank Habitat,” she said. Monica Kreber/Journal Scene

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